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The Medicus Firm has 10 physician jobs in Rheumatology with salaries ranging from $210,000 to $400,000

Midwest Rheumatology | Major Metro!
Ref# RHU 20595

Rheumatology Opportunity Minnesota Practice Highlights: Join an established and well-respected institution Opportunity to focus on areas of interest Multiple sites availabl » Read More

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Rheumatology - Coastal Florida - $450K Year One
Ref# RHU 24022

Rheumatology Opportunity Because Life is Better at the Beach...   Practice Highlights: Established Infectious Disease practice is adding a Rheumatology service line » Read More

Destin, Florida

Rheumatology - Mountain Northwest
Ref# RHU 23291

No Call Rheumatology Position Mountain West - No Call! Position Highlights Not-for-profit critical access hospital serving a 10-county region in Washington, Idaho, and Or » Read More

Lewis-Clark Valley, Washington

Academic Rheumatologist - Greater Houston, TX
Ref# RHU 23808

Academic Rheumatology Coastal Texas/Houston Metro Area Outstanding culture with a focus on work/life balance. Strong mentorship with open pathways to explore your interes » Read More

Galveston, Texas

Illinois Metro Rheumatology
Ref# RHU 24029

Top Healthcare Employer in the Region Forbes list of Best Employers by State, 5 years in a row Practice Highlights Well-established group of five rheumatology providers » Read More

Peoria, Illinois

$1MM Rheumatology - Southern California
Ref# RHU 23106

Rheumatology Opportunity SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA $1MM+ Earning Potential! Base salary + production bonus and $1MM earning potential as a partner Built-in panel for easy ramp- » Read More

Rancho Mirage, California

Outpatient Rheumatology $450K+ Year One
Ref# RHU 21796

Midwest- Outpatient Rheumatology $300,000 guaranteed salary & outpatient only $100,000 sign-on bonus $20,000 annual quality bonus + wRVU incentives Fellowship stipend and » Read More

Evansville, Illinois

Private Rheumatology - 90th %tile Compensation
Ref# RHU 23302

Rheumatology Opening     Position Highlights 4-day work week, 100% outpatient, no weekends Multiple ancillary income streams: infusion center, ultrasound, production i » Read More

Columbia, Sc, South Carolina

Outpatient Rheumatology - Coastal Southeast
Ref# RHU 21919

Coastal Southeast | Multiple Ancillary Income Streams 100% Outpatient | No Weekends | Production Bonus | New Office Space     Outpatient Rheumatology Coastal Southeast » Read More

Coastal, South Carolina

Pennsylvania Rheumatology, 4-day workweek!
Ref# RHU 23556

Rheumatology Opportunity: Pennsylvania Highlights: Make your own schedule-No Weekends-No Call Realistic annual income potential of $250K annually + Relocation Assistance » Read More

Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania

Rheumatology Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The average base salary for a physician practicing Rheumatology is $236,060, with the average overall salary being $240,350. Your salary will vary based on your location, additional certifications you may obtain, and years of experience you have. The expected job growth for this field is around 4% by the year 2030. The states with the highest Rheumatologist salaries are North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Maine. The salary for a Rheumatologist ranges from $90,000 per year to $477,000 per year.

Some benefits of working as a Rheumatologist include high demand, long-term patient relationships in which you will build rapport, having a variety of fellowship opportunities, having a high impact on issues affecting patients’ quality of life, and having the ability to do research.

As a Rheumatologist, you should have communication skills to explain medical conditions and treatment options to your patients, empathy to help your patients feel comfortable while discussing symptoms, problem-solving skills to find solutions to your patients’ health issues, and organization to better manage patient files.

Job Duties
Your job duties as a Rheumatologist will include prescribing medications to treat arthritis or Lupus, performing biopsies to collect tissue samples for analysis by a pathologist, diagnosing patients with rheumatic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis or scleroderma, and prescribing medication to treat rheumatic diseases.

Work Environment
While working as a Rheumatologist, you can expect to work in a private office, clinic, or hospital. Alternatively, you might also participate in surgery or teach at a medical school.

Some physicians may choose to participate in CME, or continuing medical education. You will find both specialty- and state-specific CME resources all across the internet. All organizations will offer different things, but these resources include podcasts, live and virtual courses, webinars, videos, and live and virtual conference experiences. Resources are offered by the following Rheumatology organizations: American College of Rheumatology and John Hopkins Division of Rheumatology. You can find other CME resources via Mayo Clinic and myCME, among others.

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